Do not miss the chance to discover the stunning “Cenacolo Vinciano” (The Last Supper), the mural painting by Leonardo da Vinci, even if you only have little time: join our quick exclusive Guided Tour (45 min) to have direct access to admire the marvellous and mysterious Renaissance artwork, thanks to our skip-the-line tickets.
– Save time: just 45 minutes for a detailed guided Tour
– Save money: just 44 euros for a high-quality no-frills experience
Our licensed English-speaking Tour Guide will take you to discover the worldwide renowned “Cenacolo Vinciano” (The Last Supper), the masterpiece painted by Leonardo da Vinci, located in the refectory of the Santa Maria delle Grazie monastery, one of the most beautiful churches in Italy, and a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Your guide will start with a quick introduction to the Italian Renaissance and explain how it became the most artistically fertile period of all times. You will discover everything you need to know about this absolute Leonardo masterpiece.
Then, thanks to our skip-the-line access guaranteed tickets, you will enjoy this unique mural painting. You will spend fifteen minutes in front of the famous painted wall for an up-close look, while your guide will be explaining its composition, perspective, use of colors and more. You will observe the astonishment and anxiety in the bodies and faces of the Apostles gathered around Christ, and marvel at the strong expressions Leonardo has been able to reproduce with scientific precision.
You will conclude the tour getting to know the mysteries behing the work of art, and our guide will be pleased to answer any additional questions you might have.
Wear comfortable walking shoes;
On a hot day wear a hat to protect yourself from the sun.
COVID IMPORTANT INFORMATION: People over 12 years old must have a Covid vaccination certificate or a negative test carried out no later than 48 hours prior to the tour, in order to access the sites of interest. Please note that some sites only accept vaccines recognized by the European Union.
In front of Last Supper entrance (Piazza Santa Maria delle Grazie)
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